Tag Archives: Tevatron

Theory, experiment and supersymmetry

I am dismayed by the plethora of null results coming out of my experiment, as well as from our friendly rivals, at the Large Hadron Collider. Don’t get me wrong, null results are important and it is a strength of … Continue reading

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Tevatron results: W marks the spot

It’s often said that without a Higgs boson, the standard model of particle physics is in deep trouble. As Bo Jayatilaka writes, if this ellipse didn’t overlap with this line, it already would be… By Bo Jayatilaka, at the Guardian.

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